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"Oscar Mabuyane Must Be Rotting In Jail" Malema Fires Shots At ANC Cde

Source: https://twitter.com/EFFSouthAfrica/status/1556955106956001280?t=93o2cWO6Udl5HIva3e6y8w&s=19

The red beret leader, Julius Malema has fired shots at ANC heavyweight in the Eastern Cape province, Oscar Mabuyane whom he said must be rotting in jail because of corruption.

Mabuyane was accused of corruption and that he swindled money which was meant for Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's memorial. Until date, it is not clear how his case was handled. But some comrades within the African National Congress said it is because of his allegiance to president Cyril Ramaphosa which has seen him being protected from this scandal.

Julius Malema however said, Oscar Mabuyane must be held accountable for corruption in the Eastern Cape province. Mabuyane who is Cyril Ramaphosa's staunch ally has been serving as Premier of the Province for years, and was also re-elected this year.

Those who are opposed to his administration stated that Eastern Cape province is going to suffer for more years to come as Mabuyane is not developing or changing people's lives in poverty stricken province.

"Oscar Mabuyane must be rotting in jail as we speak now because of the corruption that is happening in this province. These roads that you see, that are not finished - whoever got the tender must be arrested.  

Your tears will never fall down. The EFF is there to catch your tears," Julius Malema said.

While the red berets are celebrating Women's Day in Eastern Cape province, president Cyril Ramaphosa is in Kwa-Zulu Natal province where he will also deliver the keynote address.

President Cyril Ramaphosa will lead the national women’s day commemoration in Richmond, Kwa-Zulu Natal province as today marks 66 years since about 20 000 women marched against the extension of pass laws to women.

The newly elected Kwa-Zulu Natal provincial executive committee is also at the event. Nomusa Ncube-Dube who was recently nominated as the first female Premier in Kwa-Zulu Natal had a standing ovation when she arrived in Richmond.

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